On Thursday, El Paso Border Patrol Sector Chief Gloria Chavez spoke to Fox News about her experience visiting two young toddlers who were dropped over the side of the southern United States-Mexico border by human smugglers earlier this week.
The Daily Wire reported on Thursday:
On Tuesday night, two young toddlers were dropped over a 14-foot-tall barrier into the United States at the New Mexico border before being rescued, according to officials.
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On Wednesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection released a statement regarding the incident, stating that it was a life-threatening situation that involved “two female tender-aged toddlers mistreated and abandoned by human smugglers just west of Mt. Cristo Rey.”
Using filming technology, a Santa Teresa agent reportedly saw “a smuggler dropping two young children from the top of the approximately 14-foot-high border barrier” on Tuesday night. The two smugglers quickly left the region after discarding the girls on the northern side of the border.
The statement confirmed that the camera worker told agents